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Football is a language I learned from a very young age. Coming from a footballing family helped pave a way for me to reach my goals although there were many obstacles growing up as an Assyrian in Iraq, but that made me appreciate all things in life. Moving to the United States opened many opportunities for me to study and play the game I love. I made my way to the youth national team, worked my way into playing in Europe for two seasons and I also played in Australia.I experienced different footballing cultures by playing under coaches in South America, Europe, and the Middle East. Playing in different countries helped shape my football philosophy. Player development is vital for young players. Focusing on the technical aspect of the game and building good habits from a young age is the most important part of player development. Giving players the opportunity to express themselves and think outside the box to become problem solvers during every training sessions and games is very important for me as a coach to teach.


Languages - English (Fluent) - Assyrian- Neo Aramaic (Fluent) - Arabic (Fluent) - Swedish (Intermediate).​



PRFC North Valley Head Coach and Technical Director 2019 - present

Australian Soccer Academy -  Sydney, Australia October 2018- February 2019

Arsenal FC Soccer Schools In Australia- Melbourne, Victoria April 2018- October 2018

FC1 Academy Coaching U13 girls and U13 boys- Glenview, IL July 2017-March 2018 

Niles West High School Boys Varsity team assistant coach Skokie, IL June 2014-November 2014​









Iraq National Team U17 – 2006/2008


Chicago Fire Academy – 2009/2010FC Chicago – 2010-2011


North Park University  – 2011/2013


Iraq U20 National team (U20 world cup) - 2013




FC Linkoping City (Sweden) – 2015

Assyriska FF (Sweden) – 2015-2016

Assyriska IF (Sweden)– 2016-2017

Upfield FC (Australia) – 2018



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